OBD-II is your onboard diagnostic tool. It is usually located right under the dash on drivers side. Your Mechanic would plug in a scanner tool (you can purchase these-PepBoys) if there are any issues with your car like your check engine light..etc etc..it will give him the "code" this is very helpful in narrowing down the problem. OBD-II were manditory on all Cars made 1996 or later.
It is the oxygen sensor, if you need to find out what a code means go to obdII codes.com
this means to find information.
If you are a diabetic and you want to find out how your running affects your blood sugar I would def ask your doctor as diabetis is very serious and your doctor would have the best answer.
Go to autozone and ask them to diagnose it. Your car is a 1996, it should have an OBDII, which means they'll just plug it in.
If you are looking for information about cholesterol you can find the answer at your doctors office. Next time you visit, ask your doctor about your cholesterol and how is affects your overall health. He/She will be able to answer all your questions.
One can find information on marfan on its official website. Marfan syndrome is a disorder that affects connective tissue. It is usually passed from parent to child through genes.
One can find information on what a standard lease agreement means by checking with the contract they are signing. It will outline all the agreements in writing.
You can find information on what it means to refinance a 2nd mortgage from your potential mortgage lender. Alternatively you can try money blogs and forums.
Diabetes is a serious health condition and affects the lives of millions of people in the United States. You can find more information on the warning signs of diabetes here: http://www.warningsignsofdiabetes.com/
It basically means 'find that information elsewhere' .
I assume you mean radio scanner frequencies? If so, RadioReference is an excellent resource: http://www.radioreference.com/ If you are talking about error codes from your car, you might have to Google those. I'm not sure if OBDII codes are universal (they very well may be). You could do a search on OBDII codes to see what a specific code you are getting means.
BMW has the standard OBDII connector under the drivers side dash so generic OBDII cables will work but only with generic OBDII software. Each specific software needs a compatible cable designed expressly for it.Older style 20pin cables are a similar matter.